Light, temperature, meditation, and relaxation techniques all impact your body’s readiness for sleep. Controlling these aspects of your bed and sleep environment can reduce cortisol and stimulate melatonin release (part of your circadian rhythm), helping you fall asleep faster.
Keeps you asleep
The BRYTE Bed regulates your core temperature and intuitively adapts to alleviate pressure points as you move, keeping you in a deep, comfortable sleep all night long.
Deep sleep (also known as, “slow-wave sleep”) is essential for the health of your immune, cardiovascular and metabolic systems, as well as your memory. The latest sleep research shows that optimizing core body temperature during certain sleep cycles can improve deep sleep quality up to 50%. Pressure points can disrupt sleep and unwanted movements. Sleeping on your back or stomach can cause snoring and apnea severity as well as sleep fragmentation (nighttime awakenings). In contrast, sleeping on your side significantly improves your breathing by opening the air passages. Automatically detecting high pressure points and subtly adjusting the support helps you avoid these complications and sleep comfortably and soundly.
Wakes you with energy
Your BRYTE bed gently warms the bed and raises lighting in the room to simulate the sunrise and wake you naturally, feeling refreshed & ready for anything.
Going back to our natural state when our ancestors woke to the warmth and natural rising of the sun, warming your core body temperature naturally lifts the body’s circadian rhythm out of sleep. Bright light helps wakes you naturally by suppressing melatonin in the morning, which increases cortisol and further energizes you. And when you wake naturally, before your alarm, you will feel more refreshed and energized.
Learns and Improves
Like a relationship, this bed will learn and improve with you over time.
We should be getting 7-9 hours of sleep a night. Insufficient sleep throughout a lifespan is now the most significant lifestyle factor that increases the development of Alzheimer’s. For the last 100 years, technology has been fighting with a million years of evolutionary biology. Beds are a vehicle through which we can augment human sleep.